Owen Barritt (hmmm_tea) wrote,
Owen Barritt
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Chalktown Ceilidh

So, in the end having asked you all where to go, I ignored you and went to Haywards Heath.

Decided I couldn't really afford to go to Cambridge 3 weekends in a row, even if by the sounds of things I missed a really good ceilidh up there.

Anyway, Chalktown were a really good band with plenty of energy and Cat Kelly is generally a really good caller. She didn't seem to be on her best form last night (she was certainly much better at the Gloworms ceilidh in December), but it was still a good evening and it was nice to dance with the Mythago people as I haven't been to a ceilidh with them in ages.

Did however get mistaken for being a sixth former by the people on the door when I arrived. I'm really not sure what to think about that? Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

Poll #671803 Being Mistaken For A Sixth Former

Being Mistaken For A Sixth Former is clearly

a good thing
2(25.0%)
a bad thing
3(37.5%)
somewhere inbetween
3(37.5%)

On a scale of 1 to 10 how much would you like to be mistaken for a sixth former?

Mean: 4.14 Median: 4 Std. Dev 2.80
1
1(14.3%)
2
2(28.6%)
3
0(0.0%)
4
1(14.3%)
5
2(28.6%)
6
0(0.0%)
7
0(0.0%)
8
0(0.0%)
9
0(0.0%)
10
1(14.3%)
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